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[protege-discussion] Fwd: HyperSQL back-end problem

Ruslan Sorokin sorokin at oogis.ru
Fri May 27 00:03:35 PDT 2011


I have tried this solution in Protege and it is not working. Alas :(
Maybe Protege is not handle additional parameter in URL after semicolon?

Sincerely,
   Ru

26.05.2011 20:04, Jonathan Carter ?????:
> As a follow up to the problem with HyperSQL, I received this message 
> directly from Fred at the HyperSQL Project:
>
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>> *From: *"Fred Toussi" <ft at cluedup.com <mailto:ft at cluedup.com>>
>> *Date: *20 May 2011 14:51:10 GMT+01:00
>> *To: *"Jonathan Carter" <jonathan.carter at e-asolutions.com 
>> <mailto:jonathan.carter at e-asolutions.com>>
>> *Cc: *"Ruslan Sorokin" <sorokin at oogis.ru <mailto:sorokin at oogis.ru>>
>> *Subject: **Re: HyperSQL back-end problem*
>>
>> I noticed the question regarding use of HyperSQL posted in the Portege
>> mailing list. I don't subscribe to this list, hence the direct email.
>>
>> Just for your information, you can use various connection URL properties
>> to change the defaults in HyperSQL. In this case, use
>> sql.enforce_size=false. For example
>> 'jdbc:hsqldb:file:myfile;sql.enforce_size=false'.
>>
>> The properties are documented here:
>>
>> http://hsqldb.org/doc/2.0/guide/dbproperties-chapt.html
>>
>> Questions are answered in http://hsqldb.org user channels.
>>
>> As well as running as a server, HyperSQL can be used in-process, which
>> makes it easy to set up compared to starting a separate database server.
>>
>> Regards
>>
>> Fred Toussi
>> HSQLDB Project
>
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